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The Red House, Albion Terrace, Guisborough

Guide Price £418,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Handsome Double Fronted Victorian Town House in Idyllic and Very Special Location on a Private Gated Road
  • Gracious Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Cloakroom/Shower Room, Superb Conservatory/Garden Room, Breakfast Kitchen and Utility Room
  • Four Bedrooms and Period Style Bathroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Large Double Garage and Lovely Walled Gardens Being available on the open market for the first time in over 30 years is this handsome double fronted Victorian town house which dates from the mid 18

Full description

Handsome Double Fronted Victorian Town House in Idyllic and Very Special Location on a Private Gated Road

Gracious Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Cloakroom/Shower Room, Superb Conservatory/Garden Room, Breakfast Kitchen and Utility Room

Four Bedrooms and Period Style Bathroom

Gas Central Heating

Large Double Garage and Lovely Walled Gardens

Being available on the open market for the first time in over 30 years is this handsome double fronted Victorian town house which dates from the mid 1870s. Occupying an idyllic and very special location, being on a private gated road within a designated conservation area, 'The Red House' has been sympathetically and lovingly restored by the present owners who with reluctance offer this beautiful family home for sale. Being probably almost unique in Guisborough, 'The Red House' offers graciously proportioned accommodation which possesses a lovely aura throughout, only apparent upon inspection. Centred around a gracious entrance hall, staircase and landing, there are two splendid bay fronted reception rooms which along with the two principal bedrooms enjoy a glorious southerly aspect across the trees of the Albion Terrace conservation area - a very special 'green lung' within the heart of Guisborough. There is a quite superb conservatory/garden room and a lovely spacious farmhouse style kitchen - very much the 'heart of the house'. To the rear of the house is a lovely walled garden which affords almost complete privacy and seclusion and the historic Market Place and Westgate, with their range of shopping facilities and amenities, is literally within a few minutes walk. Equally close by are the Parish Church, Priory ruins and the lovely Applegarth walk. Few period properties in Guisborough offer the almost unique combination of an old house in a central location yet standing in gardens which afford almost complete privacy - the sale of 'The Red House' must therefore represent one of the most exciting opportunities to have arisen within the Guisborough property market for some time - we therefore anticipate a good deal of interest and early inspection is advised.


Ground Floor


Hall
2.13m (7') x 6.7m (22'). A lovely gracious reception hall creating a very pleasant impression when entering the house. Original panelled entrance door with five coloured glass windows around. Radiator, original panelled doors to the various rooms, elegant arch with pair of decorative corbels, dado rail, original ceiling coving, picture rail and frieze and gracious staircase to the first floor with polished newel post, hand rail and spindle balustrading. Useful understairs cupboard.


Hall


Hall


Drawing Room
4.09m (13'5) x 4.64m (15'3). Plus deep south facing bay with sash windows enjoying lovely views across the trees of Albion Terrace to the hills beyond. An elegant well proportioned room with Adam style fireplace incorporating a stove style gas fire on a slate hearth. Two radiators, dado rail, original ceiling coving, picture rail and frieze, decorative ceiling centre piece and lovely Georgian style double glazed arched side window overlooking the garden.


Drawing Room


Dining Room
4.01m (13'2) x 3.83m (12'7). Plus deep south facing bay with sash windows enjoying lovely views across the trees of Albion Terrace to the hills beyond. 1930s style fireplace incorporating a flame effect gas fire, radiator, original ceiling coving, picture rail and frieze, decorative ceiling centrepiece and serving hatch to the kitchen.


Conservatory/Garden Room
3.22m (10'7) x 5.79m (19'). An absolutely stunning room being constructed in a Victorian style with casement windows and pair of French doors opening out into the garden. Being double glazed throughout, the conservatory/garden room which, in effect, represents an additional reception room, benefits from two radiators and a ceramic tiled floor.


Breakfast Kitchen
4.01m (13'2) x 6.09m (20'). A super farmhouse style kitchen very much the 'heart of the house'. Extensive range of quality wall and floor units in an attractive wood finish having granite effect working surfaces incorporating a bowl and a half stainless steel sink with double glazed bow window above overlooking the rear garden. Range style cooker with extractor hood over. Integral dishwasher. Large American style fridge freezer, ceramic tiled floor, radiator and delft rack. Ample room for a table and chairs. In all a really super 'heart of the house' style kitchen.


Breakfast Kitchen


Breakfast Kitchen


Breakfast Kitchen


Cloakroom/Shower Room
With large walk-in shower cubicle, low flush W.C. and contemporary style hand basin set on an attractive vanity unit with a marble top. Useful full height shelved cupboard. Radiator, coved ceiling, extractor fan and ceramic tiled floor.


Utility Room
3.17m (10'5) x 3.05m (10'). With range of fitted base units matching those in the kitchen having marble effect working surfaces incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Integral condenser tumble dryer. Ceramic tiled floor and glazed doors leading through to the conservatory and kitchen. Lovely old half glazed period style door leading through into the hall and half glazed UPVC door and window leading out into the rear garden.


First Floor


Landing
A lovely gracious landing with radiator, dado rail, elegant arch with pair of decorative corbels, coved ceiling with picture rail and frieze, original panelled doors to the various rooms, lovely original balustrading with polished hand rail to the head of the stairs and sash window enjoying lovely views across the trees of Albion Terrace.


Landing


Bedroom 1
4.01m (13'2) x 4.09m (13'5). Plus deep south facing bay with sash windows enjoying views across the trees of Albion Terrace to Highcliffe in the distance. Radiator, coved ceiling and dado rail.


View from Bedroom 1


Bedroom 2
3.98m (13'1) x 3.71m (12'2). Plus deep south facing bay with sash windows enjoying views across the trees of Albion Terrace to Highcliffe in the distance. Radiator and picture rail.


Bedroom 3
3.98m (13'1) x 3.05m (10'). Plus bay with sash windows and fitted window seat enjoy lovely views across the rear garden. Radiator, dado rail and coved ceiling with decorative centrepiece.


Bedroom 4
4.06m (13'4) x 2.74m (9'). With original cast iron grate in a pine surround, radiator, coved ceiling with picture rail, access to the loft space and Georgian style casement window overlooking the rear garden.


Bathroom
A lovely spacious period style bathroom. Free standing antique roll top, claw foot style bath, pedestal hand basin, low flush W.C., bidet and large walk-in shower enclosure. Period style radiator/heated towel rail. Part tiling to the walls. Note the lovely period style half glazed door with elegant arched window above.


Outside


Double Garage
Excellent brick double garage with electric light and power. Roller door opening out onto Walkers Row and courtesy door leading out into the rear garden.


Gardens
To the Albion Terrace frontage there is an established beech and holly hedge which screens the house almost completely from the road. The front garden is laid to lawn with well stocked herbaceous borders. A wrought iron gate leads to a gravelled path which runs up to the front door of the house. To the western side of the house there is a wrought iron gate and privet hedge and to this side of the house there is a good lawn. To the rear of the house there is a raised timber decking area - ideal for outside dining and entertaining, a block paved terrace, a lawn and well stocked herbaceous borders. Truly an oasis within the heart of Guisborough town centre.


Front Garden


Albion Terrace Elevation


General View of Albion Terrace


Rights of Way
The Red House enjoys both a pedestrian and vehicular right of way across the private gated road which serves Albion Terrace and which runs between Union Street and Redcar Road.


Extras
All fitted carpets are to be included in the sale.


Local Authority
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.


Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band G.


Sales Particulars
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 4th of November 2016.


Directions
Albion Terrace runs between Redcar Road and Union Street. On entering Northgate from the Market Place take the second turning right which is Walkers Row. Once into Walkers Row take the second turning right which is Union Street. Once into Union Street take the first turning left through a pair of wrought iron gates which is Albion Terrace. Once into Albion Terrace 'The Red House' is the third house on the left hand side.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 November 2016

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